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of a local charity are out of an african jail tonight, but they can't come home. police in zimbabwe arrested them in the capital city friday. robert lyles reports that this charity has a long history of helping kids with aids. >> reporter: did dr. jones tell you where he was going and what their effort were? >> oh, yeah. it's always the same. it's the children. >> reporter: george raymond said dr. anthony jones had just one destination in mind when he left oakland for zimbabwe last week. >> mother of peace catholic orphanage. >> reporter: home to 160 orphans. more than a decade dr. robert scott and oakland's allen temple aids ministries has collected volunteers and the most importanted donated goods. >> bringing enough drugs to help the kid. >> reporter: but taking hiv aids drugs to zimbabwe has landed dr. jones along with two nurses and a community health worker in a zimbabwe jail accused of practicing without a license. >> oh, my god, i was so shocked. >> reporter: he believes the zimbabwe government is feeling political weak. >> the americans are doing this for our people. we're not doing
of iran and zimbabwe, both delivering angry speeches. robert mugabe was angry at the countries to impose sanctions on zimbabwe. first, we hear from mahmoud i'm in a job. >> they're selfish, sectarian, materialistic pleasures cannot bring about prosperity. the new millennium ought to be based on a cure and righteous leadership throughout the world. the hegemonic approaches are and deceit, and they're getting close to their end. prosperous interrelations are essential. >> we fell short of our targets , due to the sanctions imposed on the country that i have already made reference to. and consequently, the incidence of zimbabwean poverty remains quite high. the government of zimbabwe will increase, from making a positive -- remains committed to making a positive difference in the lives of the poor, the sick, and the destitute among its citizens. >> robert mugabe speaking earlier at the united nations in new york. it is unlikely to be a presence from the kremlin, as the mayor of moscow celebrates his 67th birthday. he appears to have fallen out of favor with president made it yet. that is be
, iraq, and zimbabwe. presidents mugabe support sanctions. first, mahmoud ahmadinejad had a message. >> those who only have their own interests cannot uphold justice and bring prosperity. the new order should be based on pure and righteous government around the world. , theyat they discriminate are facing defeats. all-out participation in upholding justice is essential. >> we fell short of our targets because of the factions -- sanctions imposed on the country, has already made reference to. and the public in zimbabwe it remains quite war. as a result of these measures, and despite of our economic plan, the government of zimbabwe is dedicated to making a positive difference in the life of the poor, the hungry, the sick, and the destitute among its citizens. >> robert mugabe there at the u.n. in new york. there is unlikely to be a present from the kremlin for the mayor of moscow on his 75th birthday. it seems that he has fallen out of favor with president medvedyev. that is why he will not say whom he will support in the 2012 presidential election. there is intriguing talk. >> this i
released from a jail in zimbabwe. they were accused of distributing aid, medications in the capital city without a pharmacist supervision or a license. the charity says it has been working in zimbabwe for more than a decade and licenses have never been an issue. the four workers plead innocent in court today and a judge set them free. >>> still unclear whether san francisco muni workers will launch a four-day sick-out tomorrow. anonymous flyers have appeared at muni facilities this month calling for a sickout to begin tomorrow and last through friday. union leaders say any such protests would be sanctioned -- or not be sanctioned by the union. however, they do concede workers are not happy with recent moves by management, to toughen sick leave and overtime policies. also, this november, a measure will appear on the ballot to end the guarantee that muni drivers be the second highest paid in the nation. >>> one week from today, the bay area will have its first- ever toll lane that doesn't cross a bridge. the express lane is on southbound interstate 680 from highway 84. and 237 in millipita
year. dale herd koob cab news. >>> four medical missionaries free on bail in zimbabwe. their congregation is asking people to continue to pray. they are accused of illegally operating a clinic for aids orphans and handing out medicine without a license. a doctor from zimbabwe was arrested. they had to surrender their passports. >>> coming up, he has lived in one of the largest homosexual communities in america for more than 10 years, but he is not gay. find out why he has made this home next. >> the mission field has led unconvention christianto move to very uncoentional places. >> for 29-year-old andrew has moved to chicago's gay town. there is a spiritual hunger there. >> stroll down the streets of chicago's boy's town and find a multifauceted gay world. flamboyant types and rainbow themes. >> andrew has lived in boy's town for 10 years, this densely populated chicago neighbhood is home to gays, lesbian and transgder folks and all the businesses that cater to them. it is not your typical ministry setting. >> right along this strip are over 60 gay bars and clubs. >> h
, it be a bit, nigeria, in zimbabwe are leading the drop in new infections. paul kagame says that allegations that rwanda and police might have engaged in who hate rwanda or have association with groups in the region that is well known. >> the white house says that there are serious security concerns over the afghan parliamentary elections which are being held saturday. richard holbrooke said the elections were likely to be flawed, but it was significant they were taking place at all. the taliban has warned afghans that they will be punished if they cast ballots. a record number of young afghans are competing. we have this from kabul. >> there is and you look in afghan politics this year. it is style. this 30-year-old tells his team they should emphasized young, educated, and conserve to people. he is one of 100 young afghans have been decided for all the failures of their new parliamentary democracy, they see it as a future, and a future for them. >> if we want to build a peaceful, prosperous afghanistan, we want to stand up and say, we can bring peace to this country. we can bring dignity t
that country's including nigeria, ethiopia and the zimbabwe are leading the drop in new infections. absurd is the verdict of rwanda's president dukeland that troops may have committed genocide. they may have been involved in the mass killing of thousands of refugees who fled to congo. speaking to the bbc, the president explained why he was enraged by the report. >> [unintelligible] [unintelligible] a genocide that took place. the thinking that there was a genocide [unintelligible] [unintelligible] the whole process of investigation, and if you read the report it speaks to its own weaknesses. the people behind did -- behind it. [unintelligible] >> they go to the polls on saturday for the second parliamentary elections. the taliban warned afghans if they cast their ballots they will be punished. 2500 afghans are competing in these polls. >> there is a new look in afghan politics this year. this 30-year-old tells his campaign team they should emphasize he is young, educated and can serve the people. he is one of hundreds of afghans who have decided they see democracy has a future for them. >>
that is better. one of the large problems of illegal immigrants is from my native country, zimbabwe, into south africa. there is little in south africa that might -- another is immigrants from central america into venezuela, and who would think of that? there is not much for them there. >> this is quite simply an optimistic experience. it seems to me that you're looking at this very rosy future with more afghanistans and more in iraqs, or would you -- us >> i think global energy is in the united states? to the because japan may be making our solar cells that -- >> i think, brian -- >> will you go along with that? >> said that again. >> the future also includes a number of iraqs and afghanistans with 100,000 or 200,000 american soldiers. >> i do not necessarily agree that. >> i am asking if you agree with that being part of the future. >> of course. we are in afghanistan and iraq. combat troops are home, but we still have a few thousand there. >> i think if you're of looking at a superpower, super has to project a force worldwide. the united states is the only one at this point that can do it on
ones might be true in society. i can remember covering zimbabwe, a country that marched to the front page those days. it actually defied conventional wisdom about africa. that is one of the things i think we are in danger of losing as the media becomes undone, less bundled, people going to the place where they are more comfortable and forgetting about everything else out there. i believe that that is one of our crucial missions as journalists. there has to be a place where people can go to read things that challenge them. >> may be answered your question is that local news needs to focus on the quality of life of the local communities that they cover. you're absolutely right, if you cover the gestalt of the human condition in a community, you will deal with diversity and all of these issues. i am not talking about the public sector alone, that is an absurd dichotomy. if you start writing about the quality of life in a community, maybe people will start to see themselves change the pattern of how they read and interpret. >> you had said there was not a piece of content in this discuss
have landed some people from an oakland church in a zimbabwe jail. >>> the effort to flee miners in chile play have hit is a snag and what is being get any phone free only at verizon when you buy the hot new samsung fascinate with its super amoled screen. get a free samsung intensity, a free blackberry bold or any other phone in our lineup. don't miss out. offer ends soon. buy a samsung fascinate and any other phone is free. only at verizon. . >> a group of aids involvement workers associated with an oakland church is under arrest in zimbabway. the group in allen devle bastist church was helping at an hiv clinic and ape norm aids offans, itled if an oakland doctor, two bay area nurses and allen church organizers is accused of operating an unlicense clinic and dispensing medicine without a pharmacist's supervision. >> there has been some misunderstanding, some miscommunication that needs to be cleared up. we certainly respect the people of zimbabwe and the authorities there and we hope whatever the misunderstanding is that we can clear tup very quickly. >> allen temple has sent
in zimbabwe. two doctors, two nurses and organirs are charged with dispensing aids medicine without ans license. a zimbabwe doctor is also xpecd to a peer before a magistrate o monday. belong to the allen temple baptist church and they've been helping zimbabwe for ten years. >> new video of the massive gas explosion, shot b a home owner near the scene of the blast and there combing through the rubble looking for five people missing and at least four people confirmed dead and another 50 people are hurt. after what caused this, crews are focusing on a rewelded pipe as well as the project. with high unemployment the number of people in the u.s. living in perty is on track for the first year of the obama administration, new figures come out this week, and shows at that poverty increased 13.2 percent. and 45 million americans or one out much everyone 7 people are considered poor. if that jump happens it would be the highest single year increase since povertyigures were indicated in 1959. today is septeer 12th. that means for the 9-12 rally and people descend and protest big government. a pra
why some east bay missionaries are not allowed to leave zimbabwe. >>> and mystery solved. where did all that oil that seems to have vanished from the gulf of mexico go? not that long ago, many families were priced out of an overheated housing market. but the times have changed. get the facts at remax.com. it's a great place to see all the listings in thousands of cities and towns. with lots of houses to chose from and down-to-earth prices the dream of owning a home seems more attainable than ever. find out what an experienced re/max agent can do for you. nobody sells more real estate than re/max. just brewing up some dunkin' donuts coffee -- want some? [ whoosh! ] i'd love some. one taste, and you'll understand. delicious dunkin' donuts coffee. pick some up where you buy groceries. america runs on dunkin'. i give patients act restoring mouthwash. act kills germs, restores minerals strengthens enamel. act restoring-- for strong teeth act now. >>> and good morning. no sign of brake lights yet at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is moving right along. the metering lights are still of
of an oakland church out on bail now after they were jailed in southern africa. investigators in zimbabwe's capital of harari accused them of distributing aids medications without a license or a pharmacist's supervision. the allen temple baptist church says it has been working in zimbabwe for more than a decade and licenses have never been an issue before. >>> those members are glor why cowl, dr. anthony jones, gregory miller and david greenberg. they pleaded not guilty in court yesterday. and the judge let them go. bail for each was the equivalent of about $200 u.s. but the four also had to relinquish their passports. >>> president bush's is trying to inspire students as classes glynn for the new school year. yesterday, he spoke at a conference of black colleges and universities in washington. today he will speak to a younger crowd in philadelphia. the white house released a transcript of the speech which will urge kids to work hard and stay focused >>> some researchers say they know where the oil is from the massive gulf of mexico leak. university of georgia scientist say they found a
mentioned this before. the sad thing that zimbabwe, which has been destroyed, my homeland, are now moving to south africa were there is no welcome for them. but somehow it is better. they might get a meal every other day, which they will not get there. people are on the move. venezuela is a flooded with immigrants, and that is not exactly a paradise. >> just bringing up the sort of a lion in winter aspect of the republican party. >> i did that because phil is a literary editor, and i knew it and make him feel warm, and he might growl for us. >> but there is a lion in winter because we're so used to sing republican white politicians the republican party that is coming up will not look like that. you look as the light bobby jindal. using the indian americans coming up in the party. and there are enormous numbers. the republican party is going to be extremely different. i really welcome a lot of the changes that will come in with the end of the lion in winter. and then end up as a party. what i do not welcome -- >> i like the way you're handling my analogy. you are using it extremely well. >
: i can trump you. we had an editorial in a zimbabwe newspaper shaking its head over gordon brown's fiscal incompetence because we are printing too much money. in europe people have turned the corner. not the e.u., they keep expanding and soaking up the budget. >>neil: will you ever become a part? >>guest: there are so many things, the politicians are for it and the people are against it. a last people have learned how to make a handy living from it and that provides many things. the old media monopoly, the state-owned broadcasters have lost the market share because there is a proliferation of news out there, the blogs online, and there is in the yet a fox news in europe but there is a diversity of opinion. the answer to a left of center broadcast monopoly is not a right of center broadcast but pluralism. if you have clashing ideas, over time in a free market the true ones drive out the false ones. that is the best thing about the internet. >>neil: the new road to serfdom," and he will be a future prime minister. we could have a trans land milk thing -- trans atlantic thing going
of an oakland church are held in zimbabwe. two doctors, two nurses and another are being held in harare and expected to be in court tomorrow arrested thursday accused of illegally dispensing medicine. they were carrying donated aids drugs, a mission they have performed several times a year since 2000. >> summer seems to be hanging on in parts of the bay area but what is in store for the week ahead. the pinpoint forecast ahead ,,,,,, you inhale, they inhale. millions of children continue to be exposed to secondhand smoke. secondhand smoke causes asthma, a disease that cannot be cured. protect your loved ones. let's go! we got a 1-2-0 in progress. what's a 1-2-0? another airline is charging up to $120 roundtrip for two bags. [ imitating siren ] pull over! looks like we got a runner. pull over! we know you've been charging for bags! we can't stop every plane. we're gonna stop this one. you can fly, but you can't hide. ♪ [ ding ] as governor, he cut waste got rid of the mansion and the limo budgets were balanced. $4 billion in tax cuts. world class schools and universities. clean energy p
cbs news london. >>> five members of an oakland church are being held tonight in zimbabwe. two doctors, two nurses and an organizer from allen temple baptist church are being held in the capital city and expected to appear in court tomorrow. they were arrested thursday accused of illegally dispensing medicine. the group was carrying donated aids drugs for distribution among the poor. it's a politician the church has performed several times a year since 2000. >>> another bizarre moment at the vma. how taylor swift publicly addressed last year's kanye west controversy. and who needs michael phelps to make this venue memorable. how beijing's aquatic center has been transformed for water lovers everywhere. >>> i'm dennis coming up a few minutes on game day 49ers try to explain what went wrong in seattle their postgame reaction i revealing. you will hear it all. also how the raiders try and explain their fiasco in tennessee why jason campbell's debut did not go exactly as planned. the giants win the game but lost their most valuable player for possibly the rest of the regular seas
. >>> four members of an oakland based charity out on bail from an african jail. investigators in zimbabwe accused them overdriesry butting aids medications without a license or permission. they have been working there for more than a decade and licenses have never been an issue. they pleaded innocent and the judge let them go on $200 bail and they had to relinquish their passports. >> i hard you say rain. everyone in the newsroom heard that too. >> you heard me say ridiculous. today's temperatures averaging 10 degrees below normal. yes, we are using the other r word. >> rain. we've got rain, pinpoint that first off live cbs weather camera out toward the bay waters, small craft advisory in place. transitioning to san jose, 70 degrees, west winds at 9 miles per hour typically this time of the year in san jose we should be in the 80s. out and about on this mondaining, 13th day of the month, temperatures currently in the 70s. 60s. brisk winds around the bay, we are clouding up very quickly, this is our pinpoint satellite image, the very latest when you see we are totally socked in around inve
, and south america, recently zimbabwe and i brought currency to show the american people. you used to go out to the grocery store with $20 in zimbabwe and buy groceries and countries started printing money and couldn't borrow more and had to fund it and within a short time you needed $100,000 to do the same amount of agregroceried it went to 250,000 and escalated to the point where you needed 1 billion dollars to go to the grocery store, we can't continue to borrow or print money, expecting the rest of the world -- >> they no longer use the money. >> it is useless and i have a couple of billion dollars here, it is worthless, and the u.s. dollar or the south african rand, and we cannot keep this spending irrational spending, going on. >> julie: until people are able to work again and until the unemployment rate goes down, congress it seems will want to spend and spend and spend more money in order to spend our way out of the recession. what does that sort of activity spell tor president obama in his final two years in office. >> the average taxpayer, whether we want to call them wealthy, thei
. and the president of zimbabwe will be here today and chavez the president of venezuela, a ally of iran. later this week, president obama is going to be here at the united nations and he will be speaking not just once but twice and he will speak on wednesday at the development goal summit and at the u.n. general assembly which will take place on thursday. >>shepard: thank you very much david lee. full coverage here on fox news. on the web, on the go and fox news radio throughout the week. here in new york, the mayor bloomburg made a major pitch to bolster security in america's largest city activating an expanded camera system which is to keep an eye on parts of midtown map happen. specifically, transit hubs around grand central and penn station, similar to the so-called ring of steel surveillance system in london. but the plan has opponents, chiefly privacy advocates who say they are concerned about big brother and civil liberties. and now live to new york city with details. >>reporter: the police commissioner reminded us today that it was a year ago this week that a plan was arrested and char
on bail in zimbabwe accused of treating aids patients without proper licenses. they have to reappear in court september 27th. >>> first lady of france painted as a don juan. the book says she invited ex-boyfriends soon after marrying in 2008. the 42-year-old former supermodel accused of being obsessed with plastic surgery. >>> hot on the web today and some of the most viewed stories on msnbc.com, police say they nabbed the major drugarpel leader. they caught him known as el grande during a raid, the fourth major blow to the country's drug cartels over the last year. >>> is this the most partisan senate ever? why it's been worse. it's the first of the series of exit interviews conducted with senators leaving the chamber this year. >>> doug loss coke lynn gives us a useful dictionary. bell's law of telephony. your monthly phone bill stays about the same. frankentime, what time feels like when you realize that most of your life is spent working in or around a computer and internet. here are my favorites. the explanation why w sing alon don't work without written lyrics. most people don'
concerns if the bail is paid. >>> five members of an oakland church being held in zimbabwe being held today. they are being held in the capital city of harari. they were accused of illegally dispensing medicine. they were carrying donated aid drugs for distribution among the poor. it's a mission the church performed several times a year since 2000. >>> it is 5:41. still to come, how people in concord can get information on emergencies in their city. >> new information debunking a link between vaccines and autism. a check of today's top stories: [ lisping ] i lost my front tooth the other day, which would be great... if i was seven. i'm forty-six. and the tooth fairy doesn't come when you're forty-six. just lots of referrals and appointments and bills that cost tons. maybe i'll keep it... it adds character... right? [ male announcer ] losing a tooth is a big deal at any age. that's why we offer dental coverage. blue shield. >>> and good morning from the traffic center. we start off with delays for bart. looks like we'll get that bart map up. there you go. 20 to 30 minutes at sfo millbrae due
for a breast lump and precancerous cervical cells. >>> five members of an oakland church being held in zimbabwe are expected in court today. two doctors, two nurses and an organizer from oakland's allen temple baptist church are being held in harari. they were arrested thursday accused of illegally dispensing medicine. they were carrying donated aids drugs for distribution. >>> berkeley police are asking for help in solving a weekend murder about 3:40 in the morning yesterday at adeline and emerson streets. two men tried to rob a 35-year- old man and his fiancee walking in the area. one of the suspects shot the man and then punched the woman. the man was killed and his fiancee had minor injuries. those suspects fled in a two- tone older model suv. >>> 6:14. coming up, what really causes autism. the one theory scientist say just isn't true. >>> and our forecast for today, something that is true, it's going to be a nice one. sunshine expected, and temperatures still pretty mild. we got today's afternoon highs coming up right after the break. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, hmm, do i wear hats? i could wear hats,
of zimbabwe is going to speak, hugo chavez, the president of venezuela, he's expected to speaknki jenna: why are maple bats popular and do they get better results than the other bats. >> that is debatable. the players seem some like them. they got popular after bret baier -- bear rebonds broke records with them. some prefer maple, they are quite popular. jenna: we'll see what happens. hopefully as you mentioned, this player feels better and recovers nicely. i can see why they kind of like it. ken, thank you very much for joining us. jon: right now the train line that serves grand central station, grand central terminal in new york, it is completely shut down. the metro north railroad into and out of grand central terminal completely shut down because of this. this is video from an hour or so ago, a fire underneath, as they go into and out of the city of new york, that fire has forced the shut down of all those trains, 135,000 commuters roll into the city each morning over that bridge, and for now that bridge is shut down. nobody knows how long it will be shut down. they'll have to get engine
. definitely. (bells ringing) >> osgood: practicing on this from zimbabwe. one example of the rare and exotic musical instruments you can find on exhibit at a new museum whose displays are meant to be seen and heard. arizona is home to one of the largest canyons in the world. but even the grand canyon might not be big enough to contain the sound made by more than 3,000 instruments, each on display at the musical instrument museum recently opened in phoenix. here you can marvel at the intricate details of an 18th century viola. pluck the strings of this instrument. or hear the melody of an lyre from ken i can't. ... kenya. >> what we wanted to do from the very start is to create a museum that is based on understanding what is the art form that surrounds more of us on an everyday basis than any other, and that is music. >> osgood: built de walt is the president and director of the museum. >> we have created ensembles of musical instruments from every country. what we're presenting is audio and video from those countries as well. ♪ even if you can't read the labels because you don't speak a la
as the responsibility to protect the notion that if a country like zimbabwe or sudan failed in its domestic responsibility to protect human rights of its own citizens, the security council could intervene to protect those human rights. that was endorsed by the general assembly. he wanted a new work, tougher measures on nuclear non- proliferation. those were blocked ironically by the bush administration. he proposed a number of measures to strengthen against nuclear proliferation, terrorism, those kinds of issues, and at the same time, to bring these new actors and capture their interests to assist in those functions. host: has those traditions been carried on? guest: one of the other things he argued, and was criticized publicly for, was around the management of the u.n., which is quite weak. there were accusations of corruption and of a scandal. he has not been as focused on the substantive reforms. it in my mind, that is a mistake. you have to continue to improve performance on the key a threat out there. host: memphis, tenn., our democrats line. caller: i think it is becoming irrelevant
medication without a license in sib bam zimbabwe. they werarrested thursday and deny l allegations. they're expected back in court this month. >> oh the first senate impeachment trial since president clinton's is under way. he's facing a number of chaes including corruption and lying about his past. the house of representatives voted unanimously in march and expected to vote this year. >>> andntia controversial plan legalize marijuana in california has hit a new roadblock. nine former heads u of the u.s. drug enforcement administration wrote a letter to eric holder with alockage of proposition 19 as it's cled if it's approved on the november itball. it's premature to speculate on taken if thed be measure passes. sure to talk a little bit more about that if that happens. >> see if it does pass in november, november 2, election day. thanks very much, kate. >>> could democrats face a new host of investigations if republicans take control o congress? the ranking member of the house oversight and governmental reform committee darryl isom is here in "the situation room." >>> and michael moore
idea known as the responsibility to protect the notion that if a country like zimbabwe or sudan failed in its domestic responsibility to protect human rights of its own citizens, the security council could intervene to protect those human rights. that was endorsed by the general assembly. he wanted a new work, tougher measures on nuclear non- proliferation. those were blocked ironically by th bush administration. he proposed a number of measures to strengthen against nuclear proliferation, terrorism, those kindof issues, and at the same time, to bring these new actors and capture their interests to assist in those functions. host: has those traditions been carried on? guest: one of the other things he argued, and was criticized publicly for, was around the magement of the u.n., which is quite weak. there were accusations of corruption and of a scandal. he has not been as focused on the substantive rorms. it in my mind, that is a mistak you have to continue to improve performance on the key a threat out there. host: memphis, tenn., our democrats line. caller: i think it is becoming irre
that are not in the contition, but the standards of decency are standards of decency defined in zimbabwe and law and in brussels that in places like that. and what you're going to have, i believe, is a furious battle that goes on between a congressional anch, which has, we hope, at least one house controlled by the non-obama policy regime and am absolutely determined and in some cases, lawless administration that is absolutely insistent on having their way. we have, unlike any other president before, even jimmy carter, we have people who do not think that our rights are guaranteed a nature and nature's laws and they are not god-given. they are into lena kagan, now supreme court justice elena kagan's doled out by the government, that is a quote, doled out by the government. and what's the other one? at governments can recalibrate speech rights recalibrate speech rights in order to ensure what somebody in the judiciary considers to be fairness. you're going to have battles between congress and the administrative agencies, between independent agencies that the u.s. civil rights commission which is dominated until
failed. when we were in zimbabwe in march, we were touring a village and sure enough, as the village chief was trying to sing the praises of the village because he wanted to raise money for a secondary school, i noticed there was some construction in one part of the village and i asked what that was. he mumbled and walked away. then he said, it turns out it was a failed irrigation project. and just a few yards away was a failed chicken coop project. all the chickens died one year, no one wants to put their chickens in that project anymore. it is true that it is not easy, but we actually look at this and say, do not for the baby out with the bathwater. let's applaud the fact that 50% of projects survive in these kinds of conditions. just like in the business world, continuous improvement and you learn from your mistakes. not only does it take foreign aid projects, but it also takes people, individuals helping individuals. in the same way that beatrice was helped by $120, individuals can help and make a great big difference. i think it is a parable that maybe some of you know. it is a
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